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Are global health authorities prepared for the next pandemic?

There’s a killer bug out there. The problem is we don't know what it is, where it is and when it will hit us. Are we ready for the next global pandemic? Old diseases believed to be eradicated are making a comeback. So who is working on spotting them, keeping them contained and stopping them spreading around the world? At the Roundtable was Dr Marta Lado, Infectious diseases Coordinator of the King's Sierra Leone Partnership; Jonathan Ball, Professor of Virology at Nottingham University; Emma Diggle, Vaccine and Epidemic Adviser for Save The Children; and Mishal Khan, an Assistant Professor at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Roundtable is a discussion programme with an edge. Broadcast out of London and presented by David Foster, it's about bringing people to the table, listening to every opinion, and analysing every point of view. From fierce debate to reflective thinking, Roundtable discussions offer a different perspective on the issues that matter to you. Watch it every weekday at 15:30 GMT on TRT World.

The next pandemic

The next pandemic

Why is malaria on the rise worldwide?

Why is malaria on the rise worldwide?

Malaria Resurgence

Malaria Resurgence

Roundtable: What medical breakthroughs are imminent?

Roundtable: What medical breakthroughs are imminent?

British PM Johnson defiant despite 'Partygate' report

British PM Johnson defiant despite 'Partygate' report

North Korea fires three ballistic missiles in latest test

North Korea fires three ballistic missiles in latest test

Day symbolises unity and solidarity amongst African nations

Day symbolises unity and solidarity amongst African nations

Turkish Foreign Minister Cavusoglu makes landmark visit to Israel

Turkish Foreign Minister Cavusoglu makes landmark visit to Israel

Conflict enters fourth month as Russia targets eastern regions

Conflict enters fourth month as Russia targets eastern regions

Minimal rains in Somalia trigger drought, over four million people affected

Minimal rains in Somalia trigger drought, over four million people affected

OXFAM: Surging food, energy prices strenghten global inequality

OXFAM: Surging food, energy prices strenghten global inequality

Conflict enters fourth month as Russia targets eastern regions

Conflict enters fourth month as Russia targets eastern regions

19 children, two teachers killed in Texas elementary school shooting

19 children, two teachers killed in Texas elementary school shooting

Trump faces litmus test as southern states hold primaries

Trump faces litmus test as southern states hold primaries

Quad convenes for united front against China

Quad convenes for united front against China

Rare monkeypox outbreak spreads to UK, Europe and US

Rare monkeypox outbreak spreads to UK, Europe and US

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